A Pivotal Introduction

I had some “fun” yesterday after leaving you here. As I had noted in yesterday’s post, there’s always something that needs writing, or just more cleaning up. Aside from simply not wishing to write, there’s really no excuse for any author (or an aspiring one) to be idle.

Write, write, write.

View over the Potomac River, from the back porch of George Washington's Mount Vernon home. [Photo by me, 2011.]
View over the Potomac River, from the back porch of George Washington’s Mount Vernon home. [Photo by me, 2011.]

So I spent much of my writing day “tweaking” a first meeting that takes place here in “England” in the “early autumn of 1787.” Here it is in part. Enjoy. ๐Ÿ™‚

Sneak Peek from "Conventions." Click to expand.
Sneak Peek from “Conventions.” Click to expand.

Of course there’s more ahead today. There’s always more to do. Yes, writing is work, but when you start to see your creations come increasingly “alive,” little is as rewarding work wise.

In George Washington's "garage" at his Mount Vernon home. [Photo by me, 2011.]
In George Washington’s “garage” at his Mount Vernon home. [Photo by me, 2011.]

Have a good day, wherever you are in the world. ๐Ÿ™‚

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